Mission Hills Magazine recently profiled the Midland Women's Network for its spring issue. The article provides information on the network's seminars and the work the network does in the community.
The Midland Women's Network of Midland Loan Services offers a wide-range of programs with an emphasis on developing women leaders through education, networking, mentoring and leadership opportunities. Started in 2008, the network is open to all Midland women. The network regularly hosts seminars on topics related to finance, leadership, communication, volunteering and career growth. Recently, more than 150 employees participated in a six-part series on the importance of networking.
The Midland Women's Network plays an active role in the Affinity Groups at PNC. Affinity Groups are an evolution of former Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) - African American; Asian American; Latino; Women; and a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) working group. A primary difference between Affinity Groups and the former ERGs is that Affinity Groups will be open to anyone who wants to participate and will impact business locally, whereas ERGs were small steering committees charged with making corporate-level recommendations to enhance diversity and inclusion efforts.
Access the Mission Hills Magazine article here to learn more.